One of the most powerful meditation techniques to date is Osho's dynamic meditation. They belong to the Indian teacher Osho Rajneesh, the creator of the new sannyas system.
The purpose of dynamic meditation
Osho's dynamic meditations are aimed at cleansing an unconscious person from those constraints and suppressed emotions that lie in it. This garbage has been accumulating since childhood, and if you do not periodically clean it, then it goes out in the form of a particular pathology, making it difficult to live healthy. Therefore, Osho meditation is a very good way to overcome all internal barriers and start living a full life.
The duration of dynamic meditation is one hour and consists of five consecutive parts. In principle, these Osho meditations can be carried out at home, however, group practice gives a slightly stronger result.
But even if you meditate with someone, it is still only your own experience, so close your eyes and do not open their entire practice so as not to be distracted by anyone. Especially for this, you can use a bandage.
As for the other conditions, it is advisable to meditate on an empty stomach. It is also recommended to wear loose, non-restrictive clothing for the convenience of practice.
Part One: Breathing
The first part of Osho meditation lasts ten minutes. At this time, you need to breathe through the nose in a chaotic rhythm, concentrating on the exhale. The body takes care of the breath itself. Air should penetrate as deep as possible into the lungs. In this case, the breathing rate should be maximum. You need to breathe as fast as you can afford, but without neglecting the depth of inspiration. Use all your resources to help release energy. You can move if it helps you accelerate or deepen your breathing. Finally, you must feel the energy rising within you. At this moment, it is very important to realize her and put her under control, not allowing her to go outside ahead of time.
Part Two: Catharsis
The second part of Osho meditation also lasts ten minutes. At this moment you should “explode” - throw out everything that is so torn out. Do not be afraid to seem crazy, do not limit yourself. Do absolutely everything that you want: sing, scream, stomp, dance, scream, cry, burst into laughter, etc. This is the technique of Osho meditation - talking with the body in the language of emotions. It is very important here to be streamlined, not to set yourself internal barriers and not to restrain yourself. You just need to surrender to the flow of your energy, its flow and do everything that will naturally manifest. The most important thing - do not analyze! The critical activity of the mind at this moment is absolutely inappropriate.
Part Three: hu
The third stage, like the first two, lasts ten minutes. During it, you need to continuously jump, constantly shouting the syllable mantra "Hu". The hands should be raised up, and the sounds should be as deep as possible.
When jumping, you need to completely lower yourself the whole foot each time, while feeling how the sound penetrates the sexual center of the body. Here again, it is required to use all the resources of the body and soul, all the energy, to give one hundred percent. Only in this case the kundalini awakens. Osho meditations work in accordance with the principle of direct proportionality. That is, you get an effect equivalent to the expended forces and energy.
Part Four: Stop
The fourth stage takes fifteen minutes. As soon as it starts, you need to stop. Measure in that place and in that pose in which she found you. The position of the body should not change, because otherwise the flow of energy will be disturbed. You can’t even cough, etc. It’s like in a children's game with a worrying sea, in which you had to freeze like a statue after the words “Sea figure, freeze”. All these fifteen minutes, you only need one thing - to watch yourself. You can not be distracted by extraneous thoughts. Just be aware and watch.
Part Five: Dance
The final stage of meditation is dancing. But it should not be just a dance. At this moment, you should feel boundless joy and happiness and dance, showing this joy in gratitude to the whole universe.
So recommended to do this practice Osho. The techniques of meditation described by him are different. There are about a hundred of them, but it was dynamic meditation that became the most popular among his followers. Now, having described the technique, below we will explain in more detail the inner essence of this powerful system of transformation.
What is dynamic meditation?
First, as he himself said, conducting evening meditations, Osho, dynamic practice is a method of creating a situation in which deep meditation can take place due to the tension exerted by a person. The principle of work is that if you maximize your body and psyche, you will have nothing left to do but relax. In normal mode, this is difficult to do, so very often meditation is so difficult. But if the whole being of a person is on a platoon, then he automatically falls into the necessary meditative state.
The first three parts of meditation serve precisely this purpose . They prepare a person, straining him at the level of the physical, etheric and astral bodies. Deep breathing leads to the restructuring of the physical body due to a sharp change in the oxygen supply regimen. This, in turn, inevitably leads to a change in the etheric body. This is what the first ten minutes of deep quick breathing are for.
About the first part
It must be both fast and deep, because at this pace it plays the role of a hammer that knocks on the etheric body, awakening it and the energies that sleep in it. Therefore, the first step is to concentrate totally, surrender to him completely. Nothing but breathing should exist for you. You yourself must become a breath.
About the second part
The second step begins when the energy within you begins to boil. Usually ten minutes of the first stage is enough for this. Now a powerful energy vortex is spinning inside you, and your task is to let it go free together with your body. It should be able to do whatever it wants. In no case should there be any obstacles on your part. No shame or embarrassment is strictly allowed. However, this is not just mindless antics. In fact, at this time you have to do an important job - to communicate with your body. You need to feel it and let it express in the symbols of body movements what it wants to convey to you. Surrendering to the will of bodily impulses, you must be aware of it, listen to it in its language. This is called dialogue with the body or collaboration with the body.
And do not forget that everything should happen at the highest possible level of return. Nothing in dynamic meditation happens half-heartedly. If you do not give yourself completely to the body, then you will negate the whole effect of the practice. In a word, in the second stage you should become a body just as in the first stage you were breathing.
About the third part
The result of the second stage should be an involuntary state of the observer. This is catharsis. It does not need to be achieved, on the contrary, you need to fully identify with your body. But if you give one hundred percent, then there will inevitably come a moment when you feel that the body is something separate and independent. At this moment, the third stage of practice begins, when it is necessary to start jumping and shout out the syllable “Hu”. Osho borrowed it from Sufism. The essence of the third stage is that energy now begins to move in a different direction. If before it went out and down, then in the third stage it begins to flow in and up. The shouting mantra provides this redirection, and therefore it must be constantly and fully shouted, striking itself inward with sound. As before, you need to merge with your action, that is, become a sound, as before you were a body and a breath. It is necessary to reach a state of exhaustion, to the extreme point of tension, so that the next, fourth stage can happen, in which you only need to freeze and observe.
About the fourth part
At this time, only your consciousness exists and nothing more. This condition occurs involuntarily, you do not need to try to achieve it. The main thing in the third part is not to lose it by a random movement or a thought that suddenly came to mind. The fourth stage is what dynamic meditation is generally done for. The previous three stages serve as preparatory steps for her. When it happens, everything must go.
A very high opinion was about Osho's dynamic meditation. The feedback from his students and those who continue this practice today also attests to its extreme effectiveness. In large cities, it is held regularly in specialized centers with a gathering of many people. But if there are no groups of practitioners nearby, this is not scary: you can do this technique yourself. As Osho advised, morning meditations are most effective. This fully applies to dynamic meditation. Therefore, for maximum effect, it is better to get up early.